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Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Food & Nutrition
by World Health Organization
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Suggested Level: PR (Professional)
Topics: WHO, FNU, HMD, Nutrition--Africa, Nutrition, HEALTH & FITNESS / Children's Health, Health...
"This document introduces school-based strategies of health promotion to foster physical activity. While the concepts introduced in this document apply to all countries, some of the provided examples and strategies might be more relevant to certain countries than to others." Suggested Level: PR (Professional)
Topics: WHO, FNU, HEALTH & FITNESS / Children's Health, Nutrition--Africa, Recreation, SPO, FNU.PR,...
"The World Health Organization (WHO) has prepared this document to help individuals and groups take control over, and improve, the health of citizens in their country. It provides information that will assist individuals and groups to make a strong case for increased support and attention to healthy nutrition in schools." Suggested Level: ALL
Topics: WHO, FNU, Nutrition--Africa, Health education--Africa, Malnutrition--Africa, HEALTH & FITNESS /...
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Food & Nutrition
by World Health Organization
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"School teams can use these tools to: assess their resources, local health problems and opportunities, involve members of the school students and staff and community in generating ideas and developing a vision for action, define goals and objectives, and develop action plans to carry them out and document progress and plan for the future." Suggested Level: PR (Professional)
Topics: WHO, FNU, Food--Africa, Nutrition--Africa, Community health, Health education-- (Primary), HEALTH...